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  1. I am looking to design a bag that is attractive, but not as fussy as many of my other designs. This is my first attempt, and I think it shows promise. I have to add braiding to my skill set, and getting up to speed on that took some doing. Here is the blog post with more photos.
  2. Apak

    Lacy handbag

    Let me introduce my lacy handbag Once I found out I don't have any cream coloured small handbag to match my dress… So I decided to make one. I crocheted the same squares as I used for my daughter's dress. I made the bag's base of felt so it won't stretch. The flower is the pin because I couldn't decide if I want the flower or not
  3. I am trying to find a free pattern or the square size needed to make a poncho for a 5 to 7 year old girl [4 feet tall]. I want to make one to go with a doll size poncho. There is no collar but it does have a drawstring around the neck. Below is the link to the doll size poncho I will be making. Any help would be appreciated. A pm would be great. Thank you, http://www.abc-knitting-patterns.com/1381.html Dragonlady
  4. The X-stitch is a wonderful stitch to learn! It almost seems magical the first time you see it done. It works up FAST! Scroll to the bottom of the free pattern page to watch the YouTube tutorial video for learning this motif pattern. What you will need: Be So Brave Yarn; 100% American Merino Wool, #4 worsted weight; 120 yds (109m) per 2oz (56g); colors shown: Picket Fence, Cape Cod Bay & Plymouth Rock H/8 (5mm) crochet hook
  5. Here's a versatile pattern. Great making anything from a dishcloth to a blanket! http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/peanut-butter-cookie-square
  6. I made myself a basket to organize my winter gear, and my husband asked for one for his, so here it is! (along with a blog post that includes a side shot) http://www.crochetbug.com/a-panoply-of-neutrals/
  7. I have made two more bags to give to two women who run a board and care where my cousins have lived for years. These women are absolutely amazing, and I cannot say enough good things about them. They are 110% crochet worthy, so I made two of these bags for them as a way to say thank you for all that they have done through the years. One of my cousins recently passed, and the other has cancer. Through it all they have been at their side and treat my cousins as if they were family. These are extraordinary people, and I hope I have achieved making them each an extraordinary bag. Here is a blog post with a couple of pictures of the smaller one all on its own.
  8. I had the elements ready for this dress A YEAR AGO… Few days ago I put them all together and sew the skirt part. So my daughter has a new dress and she likes it! And matching bows…. July 10th UPDATE Here's another one I made for my cousin's daughter - veery similar, but different
  9. I am looking for a granny square crochet egg pattern like this one. Does anyone know where to look? Thank you!
  10. Here is a beautiful pineapple motif! In addition to a written pattern, there is an extensive photo step-by-step. You can get 2 cloths out of on ball of a solid color dishcloth cotton.I hope you enjoy making this fun , and quick project! For the free pattern go here: PINEAPPLE MOTIF CLOTH Maria
  11. This is my new pattern of a pillow cover published on Ravelry yesterday. This crocheted Dahlia decoration for pillow cover consists of 9 square motifs made in Overlay crochet technique. If you use other colour palette for this pattern, your pillow cover will look completely different, and unique. Many Popcorn stitches used in this pattern give the whole design nice volume and structure. This square motif can be also used for blankets, bags or just as an appliqué for clothes, curtains and so on. The motif is very thick as it has two layers due to large amount of overlay stitches. So if you decide to crochet a double sided pillow cover – you will not even have to buy or sew a fabric pillow case.
  12. I started work on this piece August 1 (Here is a link to the inaugural blog post) and finished it yesterday with 15 minutes to spare (Here is a link to the final blog post). There are times I honestly thought I would not get it finished, but with lots of help from my family (thanks especially to my youngest son who has become quite the expert coffee maker over the course of this) and friends, here it is:
  13. This is a pattern of pillow cover which I called “Lucky Quatrefoil”. Pillow cover consists of square motifs crocheted in the Overlay Crochet technique. They remind me of quatrefoils which are famous for bringing good luck to people. But at the same time they look like small butterflies as well. The square motif can not only become a part of pillow decoration, but you can also crochet a blanket or a bag with it or just use it as an appliqué for clothes. This easy to follow pattern of a square motif (10 pages) is written for one size. It contains step by step full written instructions in English using standard crochet abbreviations and US terms (stitch guide is given in the pattern). It also contains lots of pictures explaining all the tricky and difficult places and how the motifs are joined. http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/lucky-quatrefoil-pillowcase
  14. This is a pattern of pillow cover which I called “Lucky Quatrefoil”. Pillow cover consists of square motifs crocheted in the Overlay Crochet technique. They remind me of quatrefoils which are famous for bringing good luck to people. But at the same time they look like small butterflies as well. The square motif can not only become a part of pillow decoration, but you can also crochet a blanket or a bag with it or just use it as an appliqué for clothes. This easy to follow pattern of a square motif (10 pages) is written for one size. It contains step by step full written instructions in English using standard crochet abbreviations and US terms (stitch guide is given in the pattern). It also contains lots of pictures explaining all the tricky and difficult places and how the motifs are joined. http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/lucky-quatrefoil-pillowcase
  15. This project had been sitting dormant for about 8 years, and I finally got it done. More about this crochet adventure here.
  16. Has anybody seen the source for this old bedspread pattern? http://www.pinterest.com/pin/369928556866103408/ It's rolling around in my brain, but I just can't make it stay still and catch it LOL I think in the picture on the pattern, it looked more square than here where it looks almost like an octagon. TIA!
  17. This is my polka dot heart square. It's crocheted using a variety of post stitches and bobbles on a sc background. This is an intermediate pattern that can be crocheted using one solid color, or contrasting colors as shown. Note: this pattern assumes that you are already familiar with color changing techniques. Pattern can be purchased here: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/polka-dot-heart-square Thanks for looking!
  18. Just finished work on a 101 Crochet Squares crochet-along I started in January of 2011. Here is a link to my final blog post on the topic that has a series of photos that documents all 101 squares.
  19. Here is my latest free pattern - A lacy flower afghan square: http://crochetncrafts.com/crochet/lacy-flower-afghan-square.html
  20. Some tote patterns I have done up, but a few in a CAL recently did them up as pillows and they were really beautiful. Available for purchase at http://www.sonsuray.com/afcat1.asp?type=stainglass
  21. My 12 year old DD has been into making these lately. They take her about 2 and 1/2 hours. What do you think? She does some craft fairs, and she is making them to sell. Pricing suggestions?? She learned how from a youtube video from yolandasotolopez.
  22. What defines a granny square? what I learned is 3 dc in a ch1sp then ch 1, and repeat. but seeing all the wonderful creations u all make I figure I am missing something lol. so what is a granny square?
  23. Welcome to the March Square Swap of 2013, Crochetville's 9-month long celebration of crocheted square love! General Swap Requirements: Each swapper is required to send **ONLY** one Aran or Irish square (size as specified by your partner). Swap Dates: This swap starts 1 March 2013 and ends 31 March 2013. All packages must be received by the ending date, so the mailing deadline for this exchange is 25 March 2013. All packages MUST be in the mail by 31 March 2013 (mailing deadline). Remember: Crochetville admin limits Villagers to two swaps at one time. If you are already signed up for two swaps, one must be completed before the March Square Swap starts for you to be eligible to swap. See the Swap Guidelines. A swap will count as completed if you have mailed your final package and delivery confirmation information shows your package has been received OR your swap partner has posted a thank-you in the swap thread. GUIDELINES: Here are the rules. Please read them thoroughly before signing up. 1. Please submit a survey if you want to participate in this exchange. (See second post for Survey information.)Surveys should be emailed to the swap coordinator, tiffer93, at tiffer93 AT gmail DOT com. You will receive a confirmation email when your survey is received, and your username will be added to the list of swappers posted below. Surveys can be submitted until 5 p.m. EST (New York City) on 28 February 2013. 2. It is not required that you answer all the questions on the survey (except for name, address, and Crochetville nickname), but it is a good way for your partner to know your other preferences: favorite color, allergies, etc. If you have been in a recent swap, you may want to let the hostess know who your swap partner was, so you are not accidentally teamed again (this has happened). 3. By submitting a swap survey, you agree to follow all Swap Guidelines and general forum guidelines. Please note—there is now a new requirement re: digital patterns. 4. Partner assignments will be e-mailed to you by 1 March 2013. Packages must be POSTMARKED BY 25 March 2013. **Proof of shipping is required whenever it is available (see Swap Guidelines for details), and the delivery confirmation number must be emailed or PM'd to the swap coordinator.** All packages should be received by the end of the swap on 31 March 2013. 5. E-mail the coordinator, tiffer93, at tiffer93 AT gmail DOT com, when you receive your partner information at the start of the swap, and when you send and receive your exchange item(s) so that she can keep record of who sent and received. This is in addition to posting to the swap thread that you mailed or received your assigned partner and your packages. Lots of messages are posted to the swap thread daily. Please don’t make the swap coordinator go through all those messages to see if you sent/received your package!!! Remember, these emails are now required of all Crochetville swappers. Failure to do so will result in the accumulation of reputation points. 6. Please thank your partner for their thoughtfulness when you receive your package. It will make his or her day. **Thank-you’s MUST be posted on the swap thread, but you can post links to your blog for photos, etc., if you choose. Thank-you’s are REQUIRED!!**Please also thank your partner personally with a private email, as well as a post to the swap thread. The private thank-you lets your partner know that their package has been received, and the public thank-you lets the other swappers know what you received and adds to everyone’s enjoyment of the exchange. Both public and private thank-you’s are required. 7. Make sure your postage and receiver's address are correct before mailing. Mark your package with Crochetville Square Swap. Do not forget that delivery confirmation (or other proof of shipping) is required whenever it is available, and the delivery confirmation must be emailed to the swap coordinator. This provides proof of mailing in case your package is lost during transit. 8. If you have a problem with your partner or an item you receive, please DO NOT post complaints to the swap board. Please PM or email the swap coordinator privately. 9. If your package is not postmarked by the Mailing Deadline of 25 March 2013, you will be subject to the consequences listed in the Swap Guidelines. Please contact the swap coordinator BEFORE the mailing deadline passes if there is a problem. 10. Since we are an international group, everyone is more than welcome to participate. That means that your exchange partner may live across the world and packages may take longer to arrive and cost more to ship. Keep this in mind when mailing items. 11. Most importantly, have fun! Happy Swapping!! PRIVACY INFORMATION: The information you provide on your survey is provided to assigned swap partners. Information may also be provided to the Swap Coordinator Leader (DesertCrocheter) and Crochetville administration (AmyS and Donna) for the purposes of swap coordination only. With prior permission, survey information may also be shared with members sending “Angel” replacement packages, if necessary. IMPORTANT DATES: February 28, 2013: survey deadline March 25, 2013: mailing deadline March 31, 2013: end of swap FINAL REMINDERS!!! SWAPPER RESPONSIBILITIES: Email Tiffany when you get your partner assignment (posting in thread isn’t sufficient) Email Tiffany the Delivery Confirmation number of your package (posting in thread isn’t sufficient) Thank your partner! Swappers Abigail1280 AngelFairy Aussie_Paula crsheridan FrLopLady kittyloverdeb tambob6259
  24. From my staied glass afghan pattern, I have been designing a few other projects, this top is one of many other things I have designed. My daughters really liked them. They would be great with jeans, or leggins, with or without a under shirt. I have many ideas for different designs on the bottoms and straps, but this is the first I have ready with a pattern available, the rest are awaiting the writings . Pattern available at : http://www.sonsuray.com/afitem1.asp?id=140
  25. I started making this as a surprise for my youngest son when he was in middle school. Well, surprise! He's now a sophomore in high school. Here is my blog post about finally getting this project done (and setting my intentions for the new year) and a photo of the complete afghan and some of the pieces to be used in solve them.
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